Francheyez – “Federal Reserve Notes Vol. 2” | @Franch33zeWorld
With four years now between each installment, Rotten Apple wordsmith Francheyez premieres the thirteen track mixtape, “Federal Reserve Notes Vol. 2”
New York emcee Francheyez (pronounced Franchise) represents the birthplace of Hip Hop to the fullest. A descendant of Puerto Rican heritage, Francheyez has always been noted by many as being creative. After finishing high school, he chose to attend Five Towns College, where his love for the art of Disc Jockey would introduce him to the necessary elements that prevail on the production side of things. As he began to study engineering, his interests in music grew more. Soon thereafter, Francheyez found a new passion for being an emcee. Recording in his free time, he went to task getting as many ears to listen as possible. With the assistance of manager, Irving Rose (Da Da Doe Entertainment, LLC.), he found himself with an abundance of opportunities to showcase his talent and network with power players.
His list of credentials to date include being a featured act alongside battle royalty Daylyt in Rhode Island for an event hosted by Grind Mode Cyphers. From that point things grew exponentially and he found himself once again featured, this time alongside Bronx heavyweight Oun P this time working with Bullpen Cyphers. The next venture brought a collaboration with VH1 Get Signed alumni Ren Thomas, as he traveled to the Jersey short to team up with Bullpen Cyphers once again. A stop in Harrisburg, PA saw Francheyez with rising Philly MC Mad Squablz before Francheyez would match wits legendary wordsmith Cassidy for an animated presentation. Other venues that Francheyez has displayed phenomenally at include Alchemy in Rhode Island, Brooklyn Art Center, and the Harrisburg Art center.
Along the way Francheyez has received much needed support from popular media outlets such as Get Your Buzz Up, WrldUndGrd, TeamBackPack and more. His current focus is the promotion of the second installment in his “Federal Reserve Notes” series. The project is led by his new visual, “Pain Release”. The rest of the summer season is promising as Francheyez has plans to drop a collaboration titled “Disenfrancheyezed”, as well as a group mixtape titled “Welcome to Cru York City”.